The Right Guard


Fiction - Suspense
374 Pages
Reviewed on 05/02/2014
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Reviewed by Samantha Dewitt (Rivera) for Readers' Favorite

Something is wrong in the military forces of the United States. The armories seem to be missing weapons and yet, when new counts are made, all weapons are present and accounted for ... only for them to disappear yet again. What they know is something called the Right Guard is involved. What they don’t know is who the Right Guard is or what they’re trying to do with the weapons. After all, no firing mechanisms or ammunition are ever taken, just the guns themselves. It’s going to be up to Eric, along with some of his associates in business, to uncover the truth of what’s really happening. But Eric isn’t totally sure he wants to get involved again; after all, he’s just started his own business and he’s found the girl of his dreams again in The Right Guard by Alexandra Hamlet.

The world is definitely an interesting place and there’s more in it than meets the eye. People like Eric and his secret organization exist somewhere, but they are tasked with remaining undercover as much as possible. If they don’t, lives could be at stake. This book draws you in from the very start and leaves you wondering what could possibly happen next. The adventure will have you reading with almost bated breath to see what will happen to the characters you come to really like throughout the book. Even characters like Deacon will begin to worm their way into your mind until you want to find out what happens to them as well. The Right Guard is definitely a book for the adventure seeker.